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Injury to foot causing sprain, taken naxopren, now have frozen toes, numbness in foot. Remedy?

Hey there. Ok so i went to the er two-three weeks ago my friend had landed on my foot it was very swollen and had a big lump on it he advised me it was a sprain in my foot i then went to get naproxen that he gave me and im now done that prescription... its been two to three weeks and now my toes are always cold and my whole foot is numb... should i consult another doctor or is this 100% normal and should stop soon ?? Please help !
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Feb 2014
Thanks for posting your query.
Numbness in foot might be due to injury to superficial nerve fibres during sprain. Do not worry, it will recover gradually as healing process progresses. Doing hot fomatation will be helpful. You can take some methylcobalamine tablets after prescription of your doctor.
Hope this will helps you.
Dr Saurabh gupta
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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